Commencement exercises for the 194 graduates of Pottstown High School's Class of 2020 are complete, and available for public viewing thanks to a YouTube video production released Friday.
A Reading PA-based musical instrument rental company, Zeswitz Music, challenged Pottstown students to practice, practice, practice. The middle school's Colin Plank was among diligent performers who heeded its advice.
Pottstown High students wouldn't let a pandemic stand in the way of raising money to battle childhood cancer. Their virtual MiniTHON and other activities this year collected $6,783.85.
This isn't your traditional gym class jumping jacks floor routine. Physical educators at Pottstown schools have morphed them into fun-to-watch, fun-to-do (and tiring too!) Robot Jacks. See the video.
Dozens of members of the Pottstown High School Class of 2020 will receive accolades for their accomplishments during the school district senior awards program, live Wednesday night on Facebook.
Seniors and juniors who want to learn more about what a specific job is like, and if they'd be interested in pursuing it, can turn to the Pottstown School District's virtual career interviews.
Pottstown school administrators anticipated the possibility that Pennsylvania would close schools until the end of the academic year. Now they're ready to begin staged remote learning on April 20.
The Foundation for Pottstown Education donated $2,000 to help buy food for the drive launched last week by Pottstown High School Principal Danielle McCoy to feed district families in need.